Tag Archives: AFJ

  1. Razers and Propads on a Navicular Horse with High/Low.

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    March 22, 2016 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    “I was introduced to the Razer through a client who has a large barrel racing barn in central Vermont. Actually, …
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  2. Clinic Stresses Anatomical Knowledge, Solutions For A Farrier’s Reality

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    March 14, 2016 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    Jeremy McGovern from American Farrier’s Journal attended the North Texas Farrier Clinic, sponsored by Razerhorse. Here’s his write-up on the …
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  3. Farrier Thomas Picinich Talks About Why He Chooses Razerhorse Products

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    March 2, 2016 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    “I have quite a few clients who love it (Razer shoe). Very easy form. Very easy shape. Very little to …
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  4. Farrier Jaime Venegas Talks About Use of Propads on Dressage Horses

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    February 29, 2016 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    Though he says he was skeptical at first, farrier Jaime Venegas first used Propads on a couple dressage horses he …
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  5. Farrier & Educator Mitch Taylor Explains Why He Likes Razer Horseshoes

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    December 30, 2015 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    “The main reasons that I like the Razer shoe is that it only expands and torques to a maximum degree. …
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  6. Swedish Standardbred Trainer & Driver Johan Untersteiner Starts All His Horses in Razer Horseshoes

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    May 12, 2015 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    After a year in Stefan Hultman’s stable and 10 years in Roger Wahlman’s stable, Swedish Standardbred trainer and driver Johan …
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  7. Razer & Propad Demonstration at 2015 Hoof-Care Summit

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    March 9, 2015 by RAZERHORSE BLOG

    Razerhorse technical advisor Conny Svensson demonstrates both the Razer shoe and Propad to the American Farrier Journal staff at the …
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